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SantaCon 2014

SantaCon 2014

Soused Santas bumped up against protesters participating in The Millions March in the annual holiday debauch.

Hope for the Homeless

Hope for the Homeless

BronxWorks’ Homeless Outreach Team hits the streets to help the hungry.

Surprise Medical Bills Squeeze New Yorkers

Surprise Medical Bills Squeeze New Yorkers

Many patients are finding that they are being charged for medical procedures that they thought were covered by insurance.

Op Ed: Garner Protests a Win for History

Op Ed: Garner Protests a Win for History

You would think as impatient and impulsive as New York is, it would be impossible for the city to remain cool, calm, and collected. But it did.

Bronxites Offer Subway Safety Tips

Bronxites Offer Subway Safety Tips

In the wake of the death of Wai Kuen Kwok on the D line, commuters give advice on how to avoid falling on to the tracks.

Fans Queue Up for All-Star Giveaway

Fans Queue Up for All-Star Giveaway

The city that never sleeps was up all night in anticipation of this NBA season’s All-Star Weekend. This year, fans the world over will get to experience the event February 13 in the heart of pro-basketball, New York City.

Barbershop After Dark

Barbershop After Dark

V.I.P. Barbershop is more than a place to get a haircut. It’s a center of Hispanic culture in Yonkers and the Bronx.

Urban Healing: Ethnobotany in the Bronx

Urban Healing: Ethnobotany in the Bronx

The New York Botanical Garden has launched a project to improve immigrant health care in the city.

Combating Noise Pollution in NYC

Combating Noise Pollution in NYC

As the city continues to grow, so does the impact of clamor of traffic, construction and annoying neighbors.